Synonym: ablaze, reddened. Similar words: flame, inflation, blame, flamboyant, influence, influential, informed, ashamed. Meaning: [ɪn'fleɪmd] adj. 1. resulting from inflammation; hot and swollen and reddened 2. lighted with red light as if with flames 3. adorned with tongues of flame.
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1 He is suffering from an inflamed throat.
2 The hills were inflamed with autumnal tints.
3 His comments have inflamed teachers all over the country.
4 The shooting inflamed ethnic tensions.
5 He is inflamed with anger.
6 Symptoms include red, itchy and inflamed skin.
7 Her defiance inflamed his jealousy yet further.
8 The situation was further inflamed by the arrival of the security forces.
9 Pictures of the bombed and burning city inflamed feelings/passions further.
10 Her joints are severely inflamed.
11 The finger joints were inflamed with rheumatoid arthritis.
12 Yes, your tonsils are inflamed.
13 Q: I read with interest your column about inflamed, red ears.
14 His swollen, inflamed face had become unbearable now; he could neither touch it, nor refrain from touching it.
15 As a result, the inflamed duodenal mucosa may then become susceptible to acid and this may ultimately lead to ulceration.
16 Now the hard leather cricket ball had inflamed this old injury.
17 You should call the doctor if the area around the wound becomes inflamed.
18 The more they probed into his background, the more inflamed their suspicions would become.
19 The vascular endothelium seems to produce superoxide in the inflamed mucosa, which would exacerbate tissue injury in ulcerative colitis.
20 Some cleansers help loosen simple blackheads, but are unsuitable for whiteheads, inflamed pimples or cysts.
21 In addition the eyes are more severely affected and become filmed over and inflamed; they finally bulge and burst.
22 His face was greyish and pinched, his eyes, when he raised them, inflamed.
23 A typical nighttime movement like rolling over can irritate the inflamed joints and awaken the sleeper.
24 Discussion Phagocytic cells are found in the intestinal mucosa; they are heterogeneous immunohistochemically in both normal and inflamed mucosa.
25 In more serious cases your doctor may prescribe you an oral antibiotic which will reduce the number of sore and inflamed spots.
26 Vulcan, agitated by dark shapes in the night and inflamed by the stench of blood,(www.Sentencedict.com) was driven to fury.
27 As he smelled the smouldering frankincense, he would imagine his own body inflamed and his soul soaring from it like smoke.
28 We used the reduction of nitroblue tetrazolium to detect the generation of superoxide in inflamed colonic mucosa.
29 Conversely, circulating eosinophils have been shown to be negative, whereas they apparently may express L1 after extravasation into inflamed tissue.
30 Stoking up fear of crime is these rightwing commentators' black art, a fear deliberately inflamed to tip the people rightwards.